This page is undergoing a complete transformation, in time. So far we've added two programs than comes from a recent real estate website project - THEHOUSEBENEATHTHEMOUNTAIN.COM,
and the third is a southwestern piece with photos by E.S. Curtis and art by E.I. Couse. Above is a brief slideshow highlighting a home with luminarias, or farolitos, a traditional New Mexico cultural reality that's very simple - a paper bag with a "cuff"(a double fold usually) at the top for stability, an inch or so of sand, and a votive light candle. The music is "A La Nanita Nana," a traditional Spanish carol/lullaby, performed here by the Vancouver Chamber Choir. The first program below, "An Afternoon in March," is a bare-bones look at the same residence, designed by notable architect Bart Prince.
The last show, "Taos Pueblo Courting Love Song,"
used on our blog, is imagery put to the flute music of Gary Stroutsos,